You’ve probably heard this time-worn stereotype: Writers are solitary hermits who spend their days, nights, and weekends hunched over keyboards and shunning social interaction. But even the most introverted author will benefit from human connections and emotional...
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As we look ahead to the coming year, let’s do so with hope for brighter days and more acceptances! At Writer’s Relief, we know you’ll experience a lot of rejection on the road to getting published. And while rejection is an expected, perhaps even necessary, part of...
As an author, you know the writing life can sometimes be lonely, thankless, and grueling—and don’t forget the rejections! But writers can also find great joy and success in their craft, and often the deciding factor between a frustrated writer and a successful author...
Summertime offers the best opportunities for writing en plein air— a French phrase for “the act of painting outdoors.” Just as artists lug their equipment to meadows, lakes, and parks instead of painting in a studio, Writer’s Relief recommends that you head outdoors...
Teen Read Week encourages teenagers to “read for fun,” as opposed to reading because it’s required. Celebrate Teen Read Week this year (October 9 through 15) by buying a book for a teen you love. For some examples of popular YA books, check out this link. ...
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